True grit led two MIT lightweight crews of the 1950s to international fame.
Sure, spam is a scourge. It's too bad a Virginia jury's tough sentence for a convicted spammer won't make a difference.
A new study found cancer patients treated with a new drug survived two months longer than those treated only with chemotherapy. With FDA approval and more detailed research coming out, Avastin could become the next hot cancer-fighting medicine.
After years of legal wrangling, the Australian recording industry and file-trading company Kazaa clash over the legality of peer-to-peer networks.
Now here's an idea I can get right behind -- conservation parks on Mars.A pair of biologists has proposed that seven geologically unique areas on the red planet should be set aside and turned into planetary parks, similar to national...
A biotech startup is teaming with big pharma to develop substances that can spot heart attacks in the makingand find nearly invisible tumors.
Microsoft's foray into television slowed, but it hasn't disappeared. With the Media Center and MSN TV, the gap between TVs and PCs has nearly closed.
Or more accurately, your color laser printer may be printing an almost-invisible serial number on every printout that it makes. According to this PCWORLD.COM article that's reprinted on Yahoo news, Xerox and several other laserprinter manufacturers have quietly rigged their...
AIM, the global trade association for automatic identification, has responded to the November 2 article I wrote about RFID Rights and the rush at Wal-Mart.AIM's November 23 editorial, “Consumer Bill of Rights,“ makes three points:1. Item-level tagging is years off....